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Wat guitar should i get???

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20 Jul 2008 10:05 | Quote
Joined: 19 Jul 2008
Well, ive been playing for 3 years now and i jus conquered my Fender Squire. Ive got that Squire, a nylon classical and a steel string acoustic. Wat guitar should i aim 4. (not toooooo expensive)
20 Jul 2008 10:14 | Quote
Joined: 22 Feb 2008
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Well it all depends on what genre(s) you play the most and that kind of stuff. if you want to emulate a band's sound or a spercific genre look at the gear they use the most.

Also nice to find someone who has the same shit as me (squire strat,nylon(classical)acoustic,steel-acoustic)
20 Jul 2008 11:17 | Quote
Joined: 20 Dec 2007
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Yeah it depends really on what kinda music you wanna play.

My Godin Exit 22 is awesome, it was $581.41 CDN, and it is really versatile, I play kinda like punk/grunge/hardrock and maybe a TAD of a metal.

I'm not too sure on what guitar is best for each style, but it also depends on your amp and other gear too
20 Jul 2008 12:27 | Quote
Joined: 14 Feb 2008
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Les Pauls and strats are both good all around guitars.
20 Jul 2008 15:11 | Quote
Joined: 14 Mar 2008
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Depends on your genre, mate.

For grunge, I would look at the Fender/Squier Jags. For rock, Les pauls and Strats. For metal, I would suggest Ibanez, ESP, Dean, and Jackson. If, like me, your an Oasis/Beatles/Nirvana mix, I would suggest Telecaster's, Les Paul's, some of the Gretsch guitars, and The Peavey JF-1 Hollowbody.
20 Jul 2008 21:34 | Quote
Joined: 31 Jul 2007
United States
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Schecter woohoo! They do tend to be a little pricey. Mine was $750 USD. However, I think that's the most expensive production guitar they make, so yeah.
21 Jul 2008 05:26 | Quote
Joined: 18 Sep 2007
United States
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Schecter makes relentlessly good guitars, for decent prices. There's a Schecter for just about ever genre and every price range... Nice looking things too.
21 Jul 2008 05:47 | Quote
Joined: 19 Jul 2008
i usually play a mix of rock/roll and sum metal :D
21 Jul 2008 21:18 | Quote
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Fender Standard Strat is roughly $400 and they sound awesome. Gibson or Epiphone LPs are more expensive but are better sounding. Ibanez guitars are fairly priced and so are some Jacksons.
2 Aug 2008 12:03 | Quote
Joined: 01 Aug 2008
United States
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If your rich i'd buy a P.R.S. but for a real good sounding easy to play guitar, buy a Washburn Mg-400 with a floating bridge... i also bought semore duncans for it but those are optional. they have a nice... scratch that, amazing look and an outstanding tone. it's on the heavy side but it's lighter than a gibson...
2 Aug 2008 17:39 | Quote
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if ur lookin for a good gettah for da price id see my lp plus top, but u must try everything out, u may find u like prs or scheter, i dont like neither, although the fretboard of a schector diaond series is sick.
3 Aug 2008 06:41 | Quote
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You should list price range in your first post, aswell as styles played.
3 Aug 2008 07:53 | Quote
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what ever you get, have it setup the way you like. Most factory setups are good but not great. I've seen squires that play like Jackson's (action wise).

Also you got to find a neck that feels right to you. some of the gibson and epiphones have a "chunky" neck some like it others don't. The SG's have a slimmer nick.

You best to go to guitar center or some music store and feel up all the guitars your considering then decide.

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